I earned my bachelors degree in psychology at the University of Southern California in 1993. I earned my doctor of law degree at Southwestern University in 1996. But my education did not stop there. On a regular basis I attend seminars, read books, examine changes in the laws, peruse bar journals, act as a judge and mediator in other people’s cases, and engage in other activities that keep me sharp.
Which kinds of cases have you handled in the past?
I’ve handled a wide variety of cases, although I haven’t done much criminal defense work. I’ve handled many general civil litigation cases, personal injury cases, business litigation cases, family law cases, bankruptcy cases, and traffic cases. I exposed myself to a wide variety of practice areas early in my career. This enabled me to get a broad perspective on how the various areas of the law may pertain to any given case.